If I've learnt anything from watching and reading TWD, its that the show is made for tv and semi-loosely follows the graphic novel. They combine, kill and create entire new characters to fit the medium.. I don't think the TV version will be close to the same story come issue #121
i seen this in theaters today its a must see in theaters, WORTH IT... movie so good and it followed the first 300 movie, didnt have its own spin off like some sequels.. fighting scene are just like the first one, good movie
To clear up any confusion, I am posting information about this series. I thought it was an American version of the french series called "The Returned", which aired on Sundance and was based on the french movie called "They came back." I saw both by the way and the french series is excellent. I was wrong, however as to what this series is. According to Lance Richardson of slate.com he writes......... "Many people who have seen ads for the TV show based on Mott’s book are reminded of The Returned—not his novel, mind you, but the Sundance series that originally aired in France and is based on They Came Back. The Returned received much acclaim, including an International Emmy, and a second season is currently in production. An English language remake is also in the works, but, to reiterate, Resurrection isn’t it.. In sum, because this is confusing: Resurrection (ABC) is an adaptation of The Returned (a novel). The Returned (Sundance) is an adaptation of They Came Back (a French movie), and will soon be adapted as an English-language series that will either be called They Came Back or The Returned.". I hope that cleared up any confusion... as for me I plan to watch the pilot and hope it will measure it to the French series, "The Returned".
was i the only one who was totally confused about all of them being in two places at once? WHAT? And Hook was extra hilarious in this one what with trying to deal with some modern things. He will always be my all time favorite character on this show.
. i agree, with just about everything except, i think bay had a contract to do the others even tho he was burned out after the second. . lol its funny how you hear producers and directors needing budget for films but when they get it the production company want to ride the wheels off of it.